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Routledge handbook on cultural heritage and disaster risk management

Title
Routledge handbook on cultural heritage and disaster risk management / edited by Rohit Jigyasu and Ksenia Chmutina.
ISBN
9781003293019
1003293018
9781032274805
9781032274812
Publication
Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, [2024]
Copyright Notice Date
©2024
Physical Description
1 online resource (xxii, 355 pages) : illustrations
Local Notes
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Notes
Description based upon online resource; title from PDF title page (viewed Decembre 12th, 2023).
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Biographical / Historical Note
Rohit Jigyasu is a conservation architect and risk management professional from India, currently working at ICCROM as Project Manager on Urban Heritage, Climate Change and Disaster Risk Management. Rohit served as UNESCO Chair holder professor at the Institute for Disaster Mitigation of Urban Cultural Heritage at Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan, where he was instrumental in developing and teaching International Training Course on Disaster Risk Management of Cultural Heritage. He was the elected President of ICOMOS-India from 2014-2018 and president of ICOMOS International Scientific Committee on Risk Preparedness (ICORP) from 2010-2019. Rohit served as the Elected Member of the Executive Committee of ICOMOS since 2011 and was its Vice President from 2017-2020. Before joining ICCROM, Rohit has been working with several national and international organizations such as UNESCO, UNISDR, Getty Conservation Institute and World Bank for consultancy, research and training on Disaster Risk Management of Cultural Heritage. Ksenia Chmutina is a Professor of Disaster Studies at the School of Architecture, Building and Civil Engineering at Loughborough University. Her research focuses on the processes of urban disaster risk creation and systemic implications of sustainability and resilience in the context of neoliberalism. Her research interests also include narratives and framings of disasters, intersectionality and vulnerability, and interlinkages between critical urban studies, cultural heritage, and disaster studies. A core part of her activities is science communication: she is a co-host of a popular podcast 'Disasters: Deconstructed'. Ksenia uses her work to draw attention to the fact that disasters are not natural.
Summary
"This Handbook provides a comprehensive and interdisciplinary overview of the intersections between cultural heritage and disaster risks. It serves as a defining reference, presenting the key concepts and policy arena that disaster risk management and cultural heritage currently operate. With 22 contributions from leading scholars and practitioners in the field, chapters explore the various contexts for cultural heritage and disaster risk management, illustrated through case studies from around the world. This Handbook explores a wide range of topics and themes, such as climate change, conflict, urbanisation, the role of community and explores the relationships with a range of sectors such as governance and policy, finance, infrastructure, shelter, and urban planning. It also presents critiques on some of the issues that are often taken for granted, including technocratic approaches, nature/culture binary, the romanticisation of traditional knowledges and the role of recovery and reconstruction. Insights into the future are also presenting, concluding with a detailed agenda of proposed action to be taken in the field. Offering critical reflections on the topic, this book caters to students, researchers, professionals, and policy makers"-- Provided by publisher.
Variant and related titles
Routledge handbooks online 2023. OCLC KB.
Other formats
Print version: Routledge handbook on cultural heritage and disaster risk management Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, [2023]
Format
Books / Online
Language
English
Added to Catalog
April 09, 2024
Bibliography
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
Why Disaster Risk Management of Cultural Heritage? / Ksenia Chmutina and Rohit Jigyasu
Disaster Risk Management Terms and Concepts / Lee Bosher
Role of Intangible Attributes of Heritage in Disaster Risk Reduction / Sukrit Sen
A new approach to cultural heritage and disaster risk reduction : a review of international policies / Giovanni Boccardi
Financing Disaster Risk Management for Cultural Heritage / Barbara Minguez Garcia
Heritage and Peacebuilding / Elke Selter
Cultural Heritage, Climate Change and Disaster Risk Management / Will Megary
Cultural heritage and urbanisation / Ebru Gencer
Vernacular Built Heritage and Disaster Resilience / Rajendra Desai
Risk Management / Sukhreet Bajwa, Tanaya Sarmah, Ranit Chatterjee and Rajib Shaw
All Fired Up : The Inseparability of Nature and Culture in Disaster Risk Management / Steve Brown
The Dangers of Romanticising Local Knowledge in the Context of Disaster Studies and Practice / Demet Intepe, Robert Sakic Trogrlic, Maria Evangelina Filippi, Thirze Hermans, Hannah Bailon and Anuzska Maton
Challenges with techno-centric approaches in the implementation of Disaster Risk Management for Cultural Heritage / David Torres and Giuseppe Forino
Development and cultural heritage in the disaster capitalism era / Victor Marchezini, Andrea Lampis, Danilo Celso Pereira and Adriano Mota Ferreira
Cultural Heritage and Post-Disaster Recovery / Wesley Cheek
Reconstruction as recovery :The politics behind why heritage is funded internationally, nationally, and locally / Vanicka Arora
'Dark heritage' : landscape, hazard, and heritage / Jazmin Scarlett, Miriam Rothenberg, Felix Riede and Karen Holmberg
Arts and other Cultural Expressions as Tools for Disaster Risk Management / Claudia González-Muzzio, Claudia Cardenas and Bernadette Esquivel
Planning for Disasters facing Heritage at Risk: Ethics and Epistemes / Fallon S. Aidoo
New Technologies and Disaster Risk Management for Cultural Properties / Hirofumi Ikawa
Integrating DRM considerations into heritage management systems : barriers and opportunities / Luisa De Marco
Building Synergies for Cultural Heritage : insights from theory and practice / Monia del Pinto and Clinton Dean Jackson
Challenges and Opportunties / Rohit Jigyasu and Ksenia Chmutina.
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